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Dan De Luce

Dan De Luce is a reporter for the NBC News Investigative Unit. 

Dan De Luce is a reporter for the NBC News Investigative Unit. 

Latest from Dan De Luce

Drone attack in Moscow may have targeted homes of Russian intelligence officials, U.S. officials say

A drone attack in Moscow last week appeared to target what were believed to be the homes of Russian intelligence officers, said sources familiar with the strikes.

How the U.K. is trying to pressure other nations into arming Ukraine

When it comes to supporting Ukrainian forces, the United Kingdom is trying to coax other nations into following its lead.
7d ago

Russian mercenaries exploit a war-torn African nation as they lead Putin’s fight in Ukraine

Central African Republic President Faustin-Archange Touadéra called in the Russians in 2017. Since then, Wagner mercenaries have extended their control.

Pentagon is blocking U.S. cooperation with international investigations of war crimes in Ukraine

The Defense Department is blocking efforts by the U.S. government to share evidence of possible Russian war crimes in Ukraine with the International Criminal Court, a senior U.S. diplomat told lawmakers Wednesday.
13d ago

U.S. accuses Russia's Wagner Group mercenaries of fueling war in Sudan

The Russian mercenary outfit Wagner Group is sending surface-to-air missiles to one side in Sudan’s war, fueling the conflict, part of a growing presence in Africa.

CIA urges Russians to share secrets with America in new video campaign

The CIA has posted a video on social media offering Russians a secure way to communicate with the agency, asking for info about the Ukraine war and other secrets.

China unlikely to play peacemaker role in Ukraine war, Western officials and experts say

The Biden administration and U.S. allies doubt China can play a decisive role in bringing an end to the Ukraine war, Western diplomats and ex-U.S. officials say.

CIA announces steps to tackle sexual misconduct cases

Facing accusations that the Central Intelligence Agency mishandled sexual misconduct cases, the CIA says it is taking action to address the issue.

Foreign purchase of land near U.S. military bases would require government approval under proposed rule

Foreign nationals or firms would need an okay from the U.S. government before buying land near eight U.S. military bases under a rule proposed by the Biden administration.

Intel chief says China and Russia will likely use a U.S. debt default to portray Washington as chaotic

DNI director Avril Haines said China and Russia would use a debt default to portray the U.S. as a dysfunctional, chaotic and unstable nation.

A daring Ukrainian attack or a Russian false flag? Fiery questions swirl over the Kremlin

First it was a cloud of smoke, now it’s questions that are hanging over the Kremlin — but how much fire is there to Russia’s dramatic accusations?